Cane, wicker, seagrass, and other such natural materials are great choices for outdoor furniture, as they have a soft feeling that is very comfortable while being very durable. These pieces also go with any type of decor, so you can create a rustic and coastal look or a modern and updated space on your patio. Note a few mistakes that many homeowners make when maintaining these types of furniture materials, so you know to avoid them when fixing broken pieces or when you want to update their look.
18 May 2017
When you have a small bedroom, you need to be very careful about every detail of the furniture you choose. You may prefer the look of a very grand, oversized bed or large, antique dressers, but of course these just won't do in a small space. Even furniture that may seem appropriate for a small bedroom may make the space seem crowded, so note a few tips for choosing the right furniture pieces for your space.
30 March 2017
Custom cabinets are not a luxury reserved for the very wealthy; a custom cabinet maker can easily create cabinets and cupboards that work specifically for any area of the home and do so within your budget, no matter how limited. If you've never thought about having custom cabinets made, note that these work well for the kitchen but can also be a great choice in many other areas of the home.
28 March 2017
Teak is beautiful, durable and weather-resistant, making it the perfect choice for your outdoor living space. However, your outdoor living area probably needs more than just teak furniture. Consider accessorising your teak with these five elements. 1. Complementary Cushions and Fabrics In order to make your outdoor teak furniture more comfortable, add padded cushions to it. Feel free to get playful with your cushions. While your teak furniture is likely to last for decades, your cushions typically need to be replaced every five years or so, and for that reason, it's okay to be trendy or cutting edge.
4 June 2015